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Redang Island, Malaysia. Wide Angle with Divers

Canon PowerShot S100

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#1 IRWIN-A

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 01:37 AM

Canon Powershot S100 Camera

Fisheye Fix Housing S100


Fisheye UWL-04 Wide Angle Lens

2x Sea&Sea YS110a Strobe


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Canon Powershot S100 Camera
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2x Sea&Sea YS110a Strobe

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#2 IRWIN-A

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 01:39 AM

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more photos with divers http://500px.com/mac...ts/scuba_divers
Canon Powershot S100 Camera
Fisheye Fix Housing S100
2x Sea&Sea YS110a Strobe

http://500px.com/mackasha/sets

#3 MortenHansen

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:30 AM

Seems like you had a lot of fun doing these shots, unfortunately it looks like the guy on the right is resting with his fins on top of that table coral, it sort of ruins the otherwise cheery-pictures for me, even though it might not be the case and that it only looks like it (post 2, picture 1).

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 06:56 AM

Seems like you had a lot of fun doing these shots, unfortunately it looks like the guy on the right is resting with his fins on top of that table coral, it sort of ruins the otherwise cheery-pictures for me, even though it might not be the case and that it only looks like it (post 2, picture 1).

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Hi Morten,

I know ya, I guess he is on mistake, otherwise the photo will be more cheery as you said. Thank you :)
Canon Powershot S100 Camera
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2x Sea&Sea YS110a Strobe

http://500px.com/mackasha/sets

#5 acuevas

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 06:50 PM

Seems like you had a lot of fun doing these shots, unfortunately it looks like the guy on the right is resting with his fins on top of that table coral, it sort of ruins the otherwise cheery-pictures for me, even though it might not be the case and that it only looks like it (post 2, picture 1).

-Morten


Not only the fin, the equipment is touching the coral.
If you have things dangling around and cannot control your buoyancy and trim, it's better not get that close to the coral.
Last picture, perfect position, but some things hanging.


The pictures are not bad technically, but as a photographer some times you need to forget about a picture and say to your friends, get out of there.
If you see that the model is positioning in a bad place or doesn't have the ability to stay still and avoid damaging the environment, point your camera down, no pictures for you!! :-)
Later you can explain to them what happened.
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